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Officials say a powerful magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck Sunday night off the coast of Northern California, but there were no early signs of a tsunami.
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Is the agriculture industry the environment's problem or part of the answer, that was the question asked by Prysor Williams, Bangor University's lecturer in Environmental Management, to those present at the recent Ceredigion NFU Cymru Annual Conference.
Mark King, in his small manufacturing studio in Bellingham, says the idea for his organoleptic analyzer, a device that measures the texture of granola bars, came to him when he was a 21-year-old college dropout.
Willamette Valley Vineyards is taking reservations for its Murder Mystery Wine Dinner on March 23. Guests will try to piece together clues to solve a mystery in the "whodunit" event, interacting with the winery staff and characters.
Men and women in traditional Native American regalia danced, sang and drummed in the 12th annual Social Pow Wow at Willamette University Saturday.
Chrys Peterson, left, and Jerry Anderson announce the arrivals as they enter the Oscar Party in the Center for Performing Arts at Owens Community College.
Australia's biggest grain handler GrainCorp is warning of tough times ahead in the wake of the failed US takeover of the company.
For 64 years, the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce has been honoring members of the community for their contributions and accomplishments with the Annual First Citizen Awards Banquet.
The company now has a written policy to use palm oil that has been obtained through sustainable sources.
Councilmember Don S. Guzman has introduced a resolution urging the administration to adopt a unified definition of "agriculture" and a single process to verify a property's agricultural use, he announced today.
A group of five U.S. senators have joined the growing chorus of influential voices, telling the Kellogg Co.
The Grand Budapest Hotel , Wes Anderson's latest quirky masterpiece, has arrived in cinemas.
If the new Zap Sparkee EV looks a bit familiar, well, you sure know your Shuanghuan Nobles - and, of course, your Smart Fortwos .
The Eugene Public Library is partnering with the Springfield Public Library, Oregon Contemporary Theatre and others for 2014's Big Read-a month-long series of events around F. Scott's Fitzgerald's classic novel The Great Gatsby.
Irrigation sprinklers at Cadiz Ranch in the Mojave Desert for a planned lemon grove.
The goal is an audacious one: to create 5,000 jobs for inner-city U.S. women and girls to enter information technology careers by 2020.